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The intercostal nerves, arteries, and veins are positioned ___________ to the internal intercostal muscles.
deep
The internal thoracic artery is positioned __________ to the first six costal cartilages.
posterior (deep)
The left phrenic nerve passes ___________ to the root of the left lung.
anterior
The left phrenic nerve is positioned ___________ to the pericardial sac.
lateral
The left phrenic nerve passes ___________ to the ascending aorta.
lateral
The right phrenic nerve is positioned ___________ to the superior vena cava.
lateral
The right phrenic nerve is positioned ___________ to the pericardial sac.
lateral
The right phrenic nerve passes ___________ to the root of the right lung.
anterior
The arch of the aorta passes ___________ to the pulmonary trunk.
superior
The left vagus nerve passes directly ___________ to the arch of the aorta.
lateral
The left recurent laryngeal nerve passes __________ to the ligamentum arteriosum.
posterior
The left recurrent laryngeal nerve passes directly __________ to the arch of the aorta.
inferior
The left vagus nerve passes __________ to the left main bronchus.
posterior
The right vagus nerve is positioned __________ to the trachea.
lateral
The right vagus nerve is passes __________ to the arch of the azygos vein.
medial
The superior vena cava is positioned __________ to the ascending aorta.
lateral (right)
The azygos vein (arch) passes __________ to the right main bronchus.
superior
The transverse pericardial sinus is positioned __________ to the ascending aorta and the pulmonary trunk.
posterior
The esophagus is positioned __________ to the trachea.
posterior
The esophagus passes __________ to the left main bronchus.
posterior
The descending (thoracic) aorta passes __________ to the left main bronchus.
posterior
At the hilum of the left lung, the pulmonary artery is positioned __________ to the main bronchus.
superior
At the hilum of the left lung, the pulmonary veins are positioned __________ and __________ to the main bronchus.
anterior and inferior
At the hilum of the right lung, the pulmonary artery is positioned __________ to the main bronchus.
anterior
At the hilum of the right lung, the pulmonary veins are positioned __________ to the main bronchus.
anterior
The right posterior intercostal arteries pass __________ to the vertebral bodies.
anterior
The intercostal veins, arteries, and nerves are all positioned directly __________ to the ribs.
inferior
The sympathetic chain is positioned __________ to the thoracic vertebral bodies.
lateral
The descending (thoracic) aorta is positioned __________ to the pericardial sac.
posterior
The descending (thoracic) aorta is positioned to the __________ of the vertebral bodies.
left (lateral)
The inferior vena cava is positioned to the _________ of the descending aorta.
right
The greater splanchnic nerve is positioned ______ - ______ to the sympathetic chain.
anterior-medial
The esophagus is positioned _________ to the pericardial sac.
posterior
Near the diaphragm, the esophagus is positioned _________ to the thoracic aorta.
anterior
The thoracic duct is positioned directly _________ to the thoracic vertebral bodies.
anterior